Microsoft Office Project versions

Manage projects effectively and stay on track with timelines
Oct 29, 2012
Sep 4, 2009
Feb 14, 2008
Editorial review
Apr 8, 2008
May 25, 2008
May 18, 2008
Mar 1, 2008
Mar 31, 2008
May 9, 2008

What's new

v15.0 [Oct 29, 2012]
1. Graphical reports
- With Project 2013, you can create crisp, colorful, professional reports without having to export your data to another program. Add pictures, charts, animation, links, and more — everything you need to clearly and effectively share project status info with your stakeholders and team members.
2. Burndown reports
- Burndown reports show planned work, completed work, and remaining work as lines on a graph. They give you and your stakeholders an at-a-glance status, letting you know if your project is behind schedule. Now you can create vibrant burndown reports in Project — no need to export your data!
3. Talk to your team
- Project 2013 helps you stay in touch with your team members. Get progress updates, ask quick questions, or even have long-term strategy discussions, all without leaving Project. Just hover over a name and start an IM session, a video chat, an email, or even a phone call. You need to have Lync 2010 or later installed to take advantage of this feature.
4. Trace task paths
- With a complex project, your Gantt Chart can start to look like a tangled knot of bars and link lines. To help sort this out, you can highlight the link chain — or task path — for any task. When you click a task, all of its predecessor tasks show up in one color and all of its successor tasks show up in another color.
5. Share meetings
- If you export Project reports, timelines, or data to other Office programs, you can take advantage of this new sharing feature. Join online meetings and share your PowerPoint slides, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and OneNote notes from any supported device, even if Office isn’t installed.
6. Save and share files in the cloud
- The cloud is like file storage in the sky. You can get to it anytime you’re online. Now it’s easy to save your Office files to your own SkyDrive or to your organization’s site. From there you can access and share your Project schedules, Excel spreadsheets, and other Office files.
7. Work from almost anywhere
- If you have Project Online, you can access a full version of Project from almost anywhere, even on PCs that don’t have Project 2013 installed. All you need is an internet connection and a PC running Windows 7 (or later). You’ll always have the latest version because updates are automatic.

v14.0 [Sep 4, 2009]
Microsoft Project 2010 has a shiny new interface, but that's not all. Under the hood, it contains powerful new scheduling, task management, and view improvements that give you greater control over how you manage and present your projects:
- Improved interface-
- New viewing options
- Easier view customization
- User-controlled scheduling
- Easier collaboration
- Backwards compatibility

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